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Daniel, a huge congratulations to you and your wife! All the best to both of you!
congratulations! N = 1 is still ethical
How exciting!!Congratulations to you and your wife.
CONGRATS ON GETTING LAID DUDE
If it’s an experiment, where are the controls??
Keith – obviously we were hoping for identical twins to provide the necessary control; but I guess we’re just going to have to bluff our way past the reviewers…
Congratulations! Have you booked him/her in to be sequenced yet?
Wow, congratulations! Let it be your best genetic experiment ever!
Good job! Developmental Biology at home is my favorite topic.
Next step will be to learn behavioral psychology and of course do not forget to store some umbilical cord blood stem cells (or better grown some amniocentesis derived IPS ;-).
(slightly surprised Dr. Steve didn’t ‘first post’ this?)
How exciting! Many Congratulations!
Congratulation, the beginning of a great adventure.
Is that the face turned towards the camera, and the left arm?
May your family grow and be very health Daniel.
All the best! Little spuds are the best!
Now we need to know……boy or girl?
Also, skip the mega-dosing on folate!!!
Only first 3 months in some studies….
Wow…I can see I’m late to the party! Congrats, Daniel!
I promise, you and your wife will soon be eligible for sleep-deprivation studies.
Good job and Congratulations!
Congratulations. Get as much sleep as you can now!
Thanks again to everyone for their best wishes.
pconroy – yes, you’ve interpreted the anatomy correctly.
Congratulations – exciting times!
Congratulations….I am very excited for you. Seems like things are going well over there for you both. Take care and all the best…Emma
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